Tour Info

The Lisu Trail

Wonderland with distinctive culture and unique lifestyle!

Putao: Situate 457 meters above sea level, lies in a flat valley, famous as a jumping-off point for trekkers who want to explore the region’s deep forests, wildlife sanctuaries and snow- capped mountains.

Namhtunkoo: A large Lisu village situated about 20 km west of Putao on the cross road to blazing 3515 meters high Mt. Lancrumadin, one of the prominent mountains is the area is a perfect
overnight trek from Putao. Trek through the jungle trail in dense forest filled with bamboo grove, across farm land with spectacular view of the Putao plain spiral through snake like crawling Mula creek down below.

Mulashidi: Meaning in Lisu “the village stands in the thatch field along Mula River”. Beautifully set up Lisu village lies 14 km south of Putao connected by 159 meters long suspension bridge and provides a fascinating view to the mountains as a backdrop.

Machanbaw: Located across Malikha River, connected by beautiful Malikha suspension bridge.

Type               Soft Adventure Trekking
Trip Code       PT # 02
Coverage        Putao – Namhtunkoo – Mulashidi – Machanbaw – Putao
Availability    Oct – May
Grade              Moderate

  • Detail Itinerary
  • Inclusions
  • Exclusions

Day 01:

Arrival, transfer to hotel. Walking tour in and around Putao . Overnight at Putao lodge.

Day 02:

Trek to Namhtunkoo through pristine forest towards Mt. Lancrumadin. Overnight at Namhtunkoo Village House.

Day 03:

Trek to Mulashidi through deep evergreen forest, by jeep to Putao. Overnight at Putao lodge.

Day 04:

Excursion Machanbaw with unique suspension bridge, boat trip to Fairy Island. Overnight Putao lodge.

Day 05:

Transfer to airport for your onward departure.

  • Ground transport (coach, jeep, boat)
  • Accommodation (lodge & village house)
  • Escorted English language leader & porters
  • If necessary
  • Full board meal, safe drinking water
  • Travel permit
  • Domestic airfare
  • Insurance (please refer to Terms & Conditions)
  • Expenditure on personal nature such as laundry, beverages, gratitude to guides & porters etc.,
  • Any cost associated with transportation of the equipment (except for personal use which is necessary for the trek)